Originally Posted by DuckieHo;14280929
Blocked at work... results?
They don't actually do a temp type shoot out. Here is the end results. It will be like another tube to add to the growing pile (me).
From our observations, eVGA has a great product on their hands. During my Gulftown CPU testing on LN2, the Frostbite was a clear winner compared to Ceramique, allowing me to run higher clock speeds and lower voltages, a win-win scenario. With the GPU testing on dry ice, however, there was very little apparent difference with my vGPU limited situation. With higher voltage (more heat load) and LN2 on the GPUs, we suspect the Frostbite would be just as impressive as it was with the CPU testing.
Based simply on the merit of the CPU testing I personally give Frostbite two thumbs up, and I’ll be using it for all my LN2 testing in the future. However, due to the similar performance to Ceramique at dry ice temperatures, and considering the affordability of Ceramique, I’ll continue to use and recommend Ceramique for less extreme situations (dry ice or less).
Frostbite easily earns the TechREACTION.net Gold Silicon award! Way to go eVGA!